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Mandoble

1,501. Posted:

After playing an hour with Vita's Uncharted I can say that I'm pretty impressed! Never expected something like that for a portable console. It is on the level of the best PS3/XBoX games but with incredibly good controls. I expect to have many existing HD games easily ported to Vita, this small beast definitively has the needed power.

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Apollo

1,502. Posted:

Played the DW demo today. Its the first DW game I've played... It was a lot of fun but are you always on the clock? I was just messing around and ran out of time, which evidently means I lost even though I was clearly kicking some major . ;)

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Bankai

1,503. Posted:

Apollo wrote:

Played the DW demo today. Its the first DW game I've played... It was a lot of fun but are you always on the clock? I was just messing around and ran out of time, which evidently means I lost even though I was clearly kicking some major . ;)

I have never once ran out of time in a DW game. The main thing to remember is not to stop and kill every single enemy. Beeline for the leaders and the objectives, and you'll be fine. :)

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1,504. Posted:

Yeah, I think that's what the guys who hate those games do - kill every enemy they see. It's kinda fun, but not really the best way to play the games.

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Mandoble wrote:

After playing an hour with Vita's Uncharted I can say that I'm pretty impressed! Never expected something like that for a portable console. It is on the level of the best PS3/XBoX games but with incredibly good controls. I expect to have many existing HD games easily ported to Vita, this small beast definitively has the needed power.

One of the things that impressed me the most about Uncharted aside from just being a frickin' blast to play, is the incredible draw distance, it's outstanding, especially for a portable game. The Vita does indeed pack a serious punch. Can't wait to see what Resident Evil or Metal Gear Solid will look like on this thing.

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Apollo

1,506. Posted:

I like how you can aim your gun by moving the actual Vita itself. First time I tried it I didn't like it but by chapter ten or so I was using it a lot, especially for long range shots.

Back to DW, I'll probably wait until it gets a price slash and then try it out. It's not a series I'm familiar with and so I don't have the urge to try it more than the demo at this point. It was fun though.

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Bankai

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Apollo wrote:

I like how you can aim your gun by moving the actual Vita itself. First time I tried it I didn't like it but by chapter ten or so I was using it a lot, especially for long range shots.

Back to DW, I'll probably wait until it gets a price slash and then try it out. It's not a series I'm familiar with and so I don't have the urge to try it more than the demo at this point. I was fun though.

It's a pity. Once you get into these games, you're looking at massive playtime - You can easily sink 50 hours into any given Warriors game before you'll be able to say you've properly completed it.

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Bankai

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Also, for what it's worth, I don't think the demo did a gret job of representing that game. Any Warriors game is as much about the characters and fantasy history (ie real characters and real battlefields, but exaggerated), as it is about the action itself. Just giving you a few levels of action without context doesn't give you a fair impression about what the game is about.

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Apollo

1,509. Posted:

Downloading my free copy of Motorstorm RC right now. 650MB. Not huge, but big enough to make me wait longer anxiously than I want to wait anxiously. :)

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Magi

1,510. Posted:

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Downloading my free copy of Motorstorm RC right now. 650MB. Not huge, but big enough to make me wait longer anxiously than I want to wait anxiously. :)

I also noticed that there are some free cars that you can download too.

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Shadow100

1,511. Posted:

There is a free cake car :D

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Magi

1,512. Posted:

Shadow100 wrote:

There is a free cake car :D

Yeap. I just randomly clicked on that one first I guess. Turns out that is the ONLY free car. Rest of the DLC cars are .49 to .99 cents.

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UNC5052

1,513. Posted:

Has anyone else been experiencing connection issues with their Vita? I have a wifi model that doesn't connect half of the time. I have many other devices that use wifi just fine but the Vita has trouble connecting sometimes.

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Magi

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I haven't had any issues with WiFi yet and I've connected to multiple hot spots all over the place. I think (no proof yet) that my 3G is giving me the "blue button of death" issues.

Anyone purchased the Nerf case yet for the Vita? I absolutely love mine. It seems protective on the sides and back and has a small storage plate that holds 3 games. More importantly, its an absolute dream to hold the Vita with the nerfy cushiony sides now.

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Apollo

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UNC5052 wrote:

Has anyone else been experiencing connection issues with their Vita? I have a wifi model that doesn't connect half of the time. I have many other devices that use wifi just fine but the Vita has trouble connecting sometimes.

I've had absolutely no issues with my Vita at all besides the issue with it not coming back from sleep mode. That was corrected by a firmware update. Sorry to hear you're having troubles with your wifi.

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Mandoble

1,516. Posted:

Downloaded MHunter FU and found out you can use your second analog for camera, the game was already good but now it is superb. BTW, no issues at all with Wifi connections.

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Jamouse

1,517. Posted:

Does anyone here have a Vita with an Australian PSN account?

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Bankai

1,518. Posted:

Jamouse wrote:

Does anyone here have a Vita with an Australian PSN account?

Yep. Why?

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Jamouse

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ChocoGoldfish wrote:

Jamouse wrote:

Does anyone here have a Vita with an Australian PSN account?

Yep. Why?

Do you know the price of Dissidia 12 on the psn store (If it's on there)?. I'm trying to find out what the prices for psp games are like.

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Bankai

1,520. Posted:

It's $51.95. The previous game is $41.95

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